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Cressi Gara Modular Fins for beginner

Mar 16, 2018
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Hello all,
I am taking a Level 1 Freediving course in May and am purchasing my first pair of fins. I am a womens size 7 1/2 to 8, and am having trouble finding fins my size. I am thinking of buying the Cressi Gara Modular fins from Divers Supply (online) because they come in size 5/6 and I heard Cressi is good for narrow feet. I am also prepared to buy neoprene socks to fill in any extra space. Are these a good option? I am mainly buying them because of the size, I haven't been able to find many reviews about how they actually perform. I would love some input from you all. Thanks in advance!
 

SubSub

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Aug 26, 2015
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The Gara Modulars are very big in size! VEEERY big!

I am a 43, and I have the GM 40/41, and they are still on the bigger side.

If you’re getting GMs make sure you can try them out prior to buy.

Cheers! / Erik

Edit. And they are also quite wide imo.

 
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Mar 16, 2018
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Thank you so much for your response and advice. I am now looking at the Enzo freedive fins from Oceanic. They appear to have smaller sizes. Its very hard to find fins for small feet!